Flooding is one of the major hazards in Myanmar. There are many cities and towns are located alongside Ayeyarwady, Chindwin, Sittaung and Thanlwin rivers. The Ayeyarwady River basin alone which is the largest in the country. It is covering 404,200 square kilometers of the country, exposes over 2 million people to flood hazard. Between 1910 and 2000, there were 12 major floods. There is risk of flooding during the monsoon season, which runs from mid-May to October every year. The public awareness campaigns and community disaster preparedness training in flood prone areas can only help communities strengthen their resilience to floods. Together, we can provide opportunities for lasting change and sustainable improvements in the health, lives, and livelihoods of those in greatest need. The Campaign will help disaster victims by making a donation to relief efforts Based in Myanmar.